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FESPA returns to Germany in May 2015
Feb '14
In 2015, FESPA will return to Germany with its exhibition "Textile Screen + Digital +" to be held at the exhibition center in Cologne ( Koelnmesse ) from Monday 18 to Friday, May 22, 2015.
FESPA 2015 will occupy at least three of the new pavilions of the exhibition center without pillars.
This week the event will be presented to exhibitors. FESPA intends to host more than 700 exhibitors in Cologne by screen printing, textile and digital printing, in what promises to be the biggest FESPA event in history.
"The decision to host FESPA in Cologne next year, following the event FESPA Digital 2014 in Monaco, reflects the importance of our audience in Northern and Central Europe, and in particular in the DACH," says Neil Felton, FESPA CEO. "As the fourth largest city in Germany, Cologne offers an excellent modern exhibition center in a city easily accessible by car, train and plane from many European regions of greatest economic interest."
The North is one of the largest industrial centers in northern Europe, with numerous reality in manufacturing, media and creative in its urban centers and more than ten million inhabitants in the metropolitan region Rhine-Ruhr.
Koelnmesse is home to around 75 international exhibitions and 2,000 conferences with more than 300,000 visitors.
Cologne is served by the airports of Düsseldorf and Köln-Bonn Airport, with direct flights from hundreds of cities across the world, and just two hours flight from most European capitals. Train passengers can reach the center of Cologne ICE via many routes from other German and European cities, in just a few hours.
Felton explains further: "The show of 2015 will take place only in weekdays, in response to feedback received from our exhibitors believe that this best meets the needs of the public B2B event. Even the choice of the month of May is in line with the preferences of the exhibitors. "
Visitors to FESPA in Cologne will find hundreds of hotels and visitor experience first class, with a wide choice of restaurants, bars and cultural experiences for all tastes and all budgets.


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